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Re: CULT: I.versicolor

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: CULT: I.versicolor
  • From: "Walter A. Moores" <wam2@Ra.MsState.EDU>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 19:42:35 -0600 (MDT)

On Tue, 23 Sep 1997 Henryanner@aol.com wrote:

> For slug control Henry, my husband, goes out at night with a flashlight and a
> small bamboo skewer such as those used for grilling and hors d'oeuvres, and
> stabs them. I keep my eyes open for their eggs, which I destroy.
> Are you certain it is slugs? 
> Anner Whitehead, RIchmond, VA  Zone 7
> Henry Hall  henryanner@aol.com
	Epsom salt will keep snails and slugs at bay.  Remember, when we
were children, we used to get the salt shaker or box and sprinkle it on a 
slug to watch it dissolve!  Snails and slugs won't cross the line where
the epsom salt has been sprinkled; they just migrate elsewhere.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8  

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